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2017 Nissan GT-R 2D Coupe NISMO R35 MY17
2017 Nissan GT-R 2D Coupe NISMO R35 MY17
2017 Nissan GT-R 2D Coupe NISMO R35 MY17
2017 Nissan GT-R 2D Coupe NISMO R35 MY17
2017 Nissan GT-R 2D Coupe NISMO R35 MY17
There are beasts and there are monsters, and then there is Godzilla, the most fearsome mutant of all with the ability to annihilate anything in its path.

It was such a fitting nickname bestowed upon the Nissan Skyline GT-R back in the early 1990s afterthe all-wheel drive weapon demolished its racing rivals, tore up the streets as one of the fastest road cars of its generation and shattered the reputations of supercars that cost twice even three times as much.

The GT-R legend has continued to evolve over the last decade with the R35 model thanks to a never-ending series of incremental upgrades, but now Godzilla has taken its most crushing step forward with the race-derived, hard-core Nismo model finally stomping its way into local showrooms.

What is Nismo you might ask. Well, for starters it is Nissan's official motorsport and high-performance division, in much the same way that AMG is to Mercedes-Benz and M is BMW. It's been around since 1984 and has largely been responsible for global racing programs, including touring cars and Le Mans-type sports cars, but has more recently expanded its breadth to develop a range of specially-modified Nissan road cars that stretch the level of enhancements from the purely visual, such as stickers, stripes and alloy wheels, to wholesale mechanical and structural overhauls as it has done with the GT-R Nismo.

So, although the Nismo badge is relatively new in terms of showroom space, it doesn't lack for experience. Nor does it now lack for ambition as the GT-R is expected to be joined by a raft of other models in Australia, most likely including an upgraded 370Z coupe and quite possibly expanding over time to feature tweaked versions of the Juke and Qashqai SUVs and potentially even a toughened-up Navara ute.

Until then, the GT-R bears the brunt of forging a reputation for the brand on its own. And it's on-paper specifications suggest it can easily handle the responsibility.
  • 6 Sports Automatic Dual Clutch
  • 2D Coupe
  • 20,773 kms
  • 7844
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